Cal State Long Beach is cutting ties with a symbol of the Gold Rush that was a nightmare for Native Americans.
Will the Real Sam McGee please stand up: The Yukon/Klondike Gold Rush Trail on the Looney Front, Part 4
______________ By the same author: Bussing The Amazon: On The Road With The Accidental Journalist, available with free excerpts
Klondike stern-wheeler in Whitehorse Swimming With Fidel: The Toils Of An Accidental Journalist, available on Kindle, with
Dawson City, Canada - Ground Zero of a Stampede: The Yukon/Klondike Gold Rush Trail on the Looney Front, Part 2
Bonanza Creek, with a couple of gold dredges, branches off to the left from the Klondike (from the Hwëch'in word throndiuk
Along the Top of the World Highway to Dawson City: The Yukon/Klondike Gold Rush Trail on the Looney Front, Part 1
Downtown Chicken Zoom in Hazards during construction - mosquitoes and crazed bison Side view Needless to say, the marker
Gold mine works in the hollow The tiny spring flowers are just beginning to bloom in deep carmine, fluorescent purple, forget
George and Dorothy, two charmingly happy Inuit, have plumped themselves down on an outside doorstep to smoke, cigarettes
In Damien Tremblay's book Yukon Dreams, the attractive aesthetics of remote areas in the Yukon are illustrated and displayed in their full glory, drawing people's attentions to these regions.
It's premature to depart from John Muir before we have more fully visited with him. We take it for granted that he saved places like Yosemite just because they were beautiful. There's more to it.